A flying pie? Whatever next! This is an original design by Dr Hackenbush.<br /><br />Mug design reads: Pie Gives You Wings<br /><br />Our ceramic mugs are all white barring the printed design and are a standard mug size.
SHWINGS - Turquoise Foil WingsSchwings make old shoes new and new shoes fly!Lace them onto your skates, shoes or Heelys to add an awesome feathered feature that will definitely get heads turning!Lace onto any pair of shoesPerfect for low tops, high tops and laced skatesTrade and collect the huge range of coloursOne size fits all
Corsair Raptor K40 gives you your choice of 16.8 million backlighting colors, programmable G-keys with onboard storage, multimedia controls, and 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover on USB for fast, accurate gameplay. The customizable backlighting lets you choose your color to match your system or your style, and the six dedicated, programmable G-keys let you quickly access your favorite
A 10oz ceramic mug featuring quotes for hardcore gamers! All our mugs come housed in polystyrene cubes to prevent damage or chipping and are printed using high resolution images and using heat resistant transfer technology to ensure your mug will not fade over time. Fully dishwasher safe – just grab the tea or coffee and a kettle!
This popular mug is just the right size for that first cup of morning coffee or tea. Handmade using age-old techniques in Poland, this piece will make a great addition to any kitchen collection. Story Behind the Art: Polish Stoneware orginates from a village in Poland named BOLESWAWIEC, aka World Famous City of Ceramics. They are located on one of Europe's oldest Royal Trade Routes and
Muffins Halo was invented out of the love and devotion for MUFFIN BORDEAUX, a senior Toy Poodle who lost his sight several years ago due to cataracts. Muffin began bumping to walls, fell down the stairs and became depressed and immobile, as he attempted to transition. His mother, Silvie Bordeaux was heartbroken and determined to find a solution for her beloved blind dog. After doing some research,